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|Gary Kleiman of Kleiman Intl Consultants Inc:
The US airlift of Afghanistan refugees drew parallels most notably to its post-Vietnam predecessor four decades ago, and the country’s displacement crisis has lingered among the world’s longest running and biggest at 5mn before the Taliban’s return to power. It follows the Syria and Venezuela exoduses, also of historic proportions, with international aid delivery chronically half short of pledges, and private investors grappling with economic and financial implications when market performance was not a reference in the immediate aftermath.
|Sat, Oct 16, 2021||bne IntelliNews
|BWC Vice Chair John Lipsky:
John Lipsky, Former IMF First Deputy Managing Director, says data integrity is central and critical to the IMF.
|Mon, Oct 15, 2001||Bloomberg|
|BWC Vice Chair William Rhodes and G30 Executive Director Stuart P.M. Mackintosh:
China’s leaders think that they can crack down on the country’s private technology sector and still deliver material progress as state-owned companies take over. But by reversing the policies that enabled decades of rapid growth, they risk imperiling the unique economic model they seek to sustain.
|Tue, Oct 12, 2021||Bretton Woods Committee|
|Daniel Alpert, Jack G. Clarke Clarke Business Law Institute, Cornell Law School:
This overview of the history of, and future prospects for, undesirable levels of price inflation in the U.S. economy concludes that concerns raised in 2021 by several well-known economists and analysts – regarding the prospects for accelerating levels of inflation as a result of pandemic-era and post-pandemic fiscal and monetary policy (enacted and proposed) – is misplaced.
|Mon, Oct 11, 2021||Cornell University Law School|
|Global PSSL and BWC Member Dr. Radek Stech:
Global Principles for Sustainable Securities Lending (Global PSSL) today published fully revised and updated principles for sustainable securities lending alongside invited opening signatories, available here.
|Tue, Sep 7, 2021||Global PSSL|
Fanfare exceeds reality
Before its summer recess, the International Monetary Fund board tackled two key operational issues – future concessional support for low income countries and ‘channelling’ special drawing rights.
|Tue, Aug 10, 2021||OMFIF
|Bianca Taylor and Jennifer R. Marlon:
Last week Gary Gensler, the chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, made what seemed like an uncontroversial statement: “I think we can bring greater clarity to climate risk disclosures.”
|Fri, Aug 6, 2021||Barron’s
|Ousmène Jacques Mandeng :
50 years ago, the Bretton Woods system of fixed exchange rates came to a sudden stop. It seemed the end of an era of multilateral and rules-based monetary cooperation considered critical to facilitate international payments.
|Wed, Aug 4, 2021||The Bretton Woods Committee|
|Mohamed A. El-Erian and Dambisa Moyo:
In hindsight, our new economic era probably began in 2008, when a handful of bankers — and the policymakers who write the rules — broke the system.
|Fri, Jul 23, 2021||Foreign Policy|
|Masood Ahmed and Amanda Glassman:
Eighteen months into the worst pandemic in a century, we still don’t have a credible, fully financed, time bound battle plan to bring this suffering to an end.
|Fri, Jul 9, 2021||Center for Global Development